Martin Boakes

EU Managing Director Enate

Martin has developed a successful career in the IT industry with over 25 years of experience (from a systems programmer to sales director at Europe's largest technology reseller). In his current role, Martin is responsible for sales across our European customers. He brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in supporting customers to realise their automation ambitions and to transform business operations. Martin has previously worked for John Lewis PLC, Logicalis, Computacenter, Insight and Thoughtonomy.

Invite Only - Interactive Discussion Groups. Monday 10th May 2021

Friday, May 10th, 2019

2:00 PM Redefining The Future of Work by 2025 Implications for Shared Services and GBS Leaders

Four key changes to how we work will be necessary over the next five years


re-source and Enate are delighted to provide Shared Services and GBS Leaders with a unique platform to learn and share best practice on the themes that are disrupting the way business services are delivered. This live virtual industry roundtable has been designed specifically for senior leaders looking at improving their organisation’s performance as the world of work continues to be disrupted and transformed.


As covered by the World Economic Forum, the discussion will focus on four things that will redefine the way we work by 2025 and the specific implications for shared and global business services:


  • “Remotopia” work from home – from the margins to the mainstream
  • Blue collar. White collar. Green collar?
  • The gig economy evolution
  • Automation and AI augment the workforce


The session will be chaired by Barry Matthew, Founder & MD of re-source. Barry will be supported by Martin Boakes, EU Managing Director of Enate.


In this extremely effective intimate format, you will be able to listen, contribute and exchange views with other senior leaders from some of the most forward-thinking organisations in the world.


Strictly limited availability: In order to ensure that everyone can contribute effectively, this session will be limited to a maximum of 10 participants only.


Apply for your invitation on the event registration page or email herve.bavazzano@iqpc.co.uk

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Martin.

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